I am sure you will be able to find the MCSD from that
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This seems to me like a , eh, quite ridiculous question, but I´m absolutely unable to find out where to get the Project Template for Entity Framework in VS2012...trying to do so since round about 50 minutes
What I can do is rightclick under my webproject, select 'Data' and then add a new ADO.NET Entity data model which then will be created under my WebApp-branch...
What I want to do is to add an independent Project in the solution in order to reference it from any project within the solution...
I know this is possible; I've done it two or three times before, but I regrettably forgot how I've done that...
Can anyone please point me to the right direction??
Thanks in advance,
ok, this is a perfect example of someone failing to use google/bing/whatsoever the correct way with the correct keywords...
But just in case, someone else stumbles over my problem, here´s the solution:
The answer is – To consume an Entity model in separate projects, you have to create the model in its own project, i.e. a class library project.
You don't have to put it in a sperate project, but it's probably recommended.
There's really isn't a project template. That's why it's so difficult to find! YOu can create a Class Library project, then open the Package Manager console and type Install-Package EntityFramework. Once that's done, you've got a few ways you can go. You can find out about those from here[^].